Introduction to Manufacturing and Design
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Introduction to Manufacturing and Design

Become a Manufacturing Pro!
4.0 (21 ratings)
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Last updated 4/2016
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What Will I Learn?
Confidently tackle manufacturing calculations with ease.
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Requirements
  • Have an open mind, with the willingness to learn.
Description

One of the largest problems causing poor machine design is the lack of understanding of the essential processes used in manufacturing and machine design. 

Therefore in this course you will learn these essential manufacturing processes and calculations:

  1. Basic Manufacturing
  2. Turning
  3. Punching
  4. Milling
  5. Holding and Drawing Force
  6. Feasibility Ratios
  7. Drilling 
  8. Bending
  9. Centrifugal Casting
  10. Production Cycle Time

Why enroll in this course?

One of the largest problems causing poor machine design is that most engineering institutions focus too heavily on theory without understanding the essential processes used in both manufacturing. Therefore in this course you will learn these essential manufacturing processes that are vital for any engineer to know.

This course is perfect for anyone currently enrolled in a manufacturing class, mechanical engineers, artisans, technicians, mechanics, or anyone who's interested in learning machine design. 

So what are we waiting for? Let's get started!

Who is the target audience?
  • Artisans, mechanics, technicians.
  • Any university, college or high school student enrolled in a manufacturing course.
  • Anyone with an interest in manufacturing.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 21 Lectures Collapse All 21 Lectures 01:48:57
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Basic Manufacturing
2 Lectures 08:48
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Turning
2 Lectures 13:21

Turning- Example
08:45
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Punching
2 Lectures 10:31
Punching
04:28

Punching- Example
06:03
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Milling
2 Lectures 11:38
Milling
04:12

Milling- Example
07:26
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Holding and Drawing Force
3 Lectures 14:31
Holding and Drawing Force
05:44

Holding Force- Example (1)
03:59

Holding Force- Example (2)
04:48
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Feasibility Ratios
2 Lectures 06:25
Feasibility Ratios
03:01

Feasibility Ratios- Example
03:24
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Drilling
2 Lectures 11:19
Drilling
04:18

Drilling- Additional Example
07:01
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Bending
2 Lectures 11:35
Bending
04:29

Bending- Example
07:06
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Centrifugal Casting
2 Lectures 11:59
Centrifugal Casting
02:55

Centrifugal Casting- Example
09:04
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Production Cycle Time
2 Lectures 08:50
Production Cycle Time, Min Cost, Max Production
04:09

Cycle Time, Min Cost, Max Production - Example
04:41
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